Beaujolais

Don't be put off by Beaujolais Nouveau, this region is SO much more than that. Using the Gamay grape, these lighter, lower tannin wines are the gateway wine for white wine drinkers into the wonderful world of reds. Beaujolais Villages are fresh and fruity, but then you have wines such as Fleurie, Morgon and Moulin-a-Vent that are capable of ageing and are really serious wines, albeit, lighter ones. Please give Beaujolais a shot, particularly during the summer months, you won't regret it.
My Favourite Producers
Pardon et Fils Fleurie 2017 75cl
"A soft, easy drinking Beaujolais that offers appealing notes of violets and raspberries." The Pardon family have owned vineyards in the Beaujolais wine-growing region since 1820. The demarcation of the fine Crus into appellations (AOCs) only started in 1936. Our...
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Mischief & Mayhem Brouilly 2016 75cl
Mischief and Mayhem was established in 2003 by English couple Michael and Fiona Ragg who both have a background in the UK trade. The name emerged after a long lunch and reflects their approach to winemaking and perhaps life in...
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Chateau des Tours Brouilly 2018 75cl
"A lovely light style of wine, all cranberries, raspberries, red cherry and hints of spice coming through. A delicious red to go with poultry" Chateau des Tours is a beautiful estate surrounded by its own vines. The Chateau itself dates...
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Guy Breton Morgon Vieilles Vignes 2018 75cl
"The terroir here makes for a fresher, finer style, with a gouleyant acidity. In the glass, the wine is of a bright, pale purple. The nose gives notes of ripe cranberry, red gooseberry, hints of red cherry, stewed strawberry and...
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Mischief & Mayhem Aloxe Corton 2014 75cl
Mischief and Mayhem was established in 2003 by English couple Michael and Fiona Ragg who both have a background in the UK trade. The name emerged after a long lunch and reflects their approach to winemaking and perhaps life in...
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